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I know it's still early, but I'm already thinking about the holidays and what an inevitable cluster it is when trying to coordinate between friends, family, and travel. Don't get me wrong, I love the holidays. But I'm constantly thinking, "There's got to be a better way to keep track of the chaos!" To that end, let me demonstrate how OneNote 2010 can help you manage your holiday madness.
Imagine the following:
So, you get to deal with the holiday shopping craze on top of travel logistics and food requirements for a group of people. Sweet!
Don't fret! This is where OneNote shines.
The first step to restoring your sanity is to create a OneNote notebook and share it on the Web. "Sharing" the notebook can mean either of two things: You can keep the notebook private but access it from multiple computers or from your cell phone. Or, if you prefer, you can actually share the contents of the notebook with other people, such as your friends or family. When shared with others, a Web-based OneNote notebook can be viewed edited by multiple people at the same time without anyone having to check out any files or having to worry about saving over someone else's changes.
Open OneNote 2010 on your computer, and then follow these steps:
You can also create a shared notebook from within a Web browser. Follow these steps:
While viewing the notebook in the OneNote Web app, you can click the Open in OneNote button at any time to work on the notebook in the full version of OneNote 2010 on your computer.
Now that you’ve got your holiday notebook created on the Web, you can access it from anywhere in a Web browser (even from your smartphone) to jot down holiday shopping items you find, track flights, itineraries, hotel information, and holiday events. If you opt to share the Web notebook with your friends and family, you can have them fill in their own details about flights, food preferences, and wish list items.
In a future blog post, I'll give you a closer look at some of the ways you can add content in OneNote. Meanwhile, give the SkyDrive notebook a try and post a comment below to let me know how OneNote is helping you to manage a busy holiday season.
-- Ayça Yüksel
Your voiceover guy sounded so smarmy I was totally distracted from the content at first. But it's a great idea, I think I'll do just what you suggest!
Very good , i will translate it in to Chinese and post in my site. is it OK?
Lol. I wish we all had radio-worthy voices. : ) And in my case, photo-worthy faces. :) The one you hear on the video is my colleague Michael, who is a key contributor to this blog (I, on the other hand, just started). He's awesome - super enthusiastic about OneNote, super knowledgeable about the product.
Thanks for reading our stuff. Let me know how that holiday planning goes!
Thanks forrest. if you can give us a shout-out on your blog that would be great.
Great Article - thank you
Ayça hanim, emekleriniz icin tesekkurler. Michaell bey'e selamlar. ;)
Selam Daniel! Thank you for your comments!
thank you for posting . please do more good article.i like it so much .I will always follow it.
Is there a way to allow others to ONLY view the OneNote notebook and block them from making any changes?
hi Erin, you might try saving the notebook to a location that allows for viewing-only access to the participants. there's no way to specify from within OneNote (although you can use pwords to prevent viewing but that won't be a read-only scenario)